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Chicago, IL Movers
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Chicago has it all, from amazing food – the city has more than its share of prime steakhouses, 5-star restaurants, and greasy comfort food – to amazing views, to amazing shopping, sports and skyscraper-lined avenues. It’s a big big city, with some of the biggest buildings in the world and some of the best attractions, like Navy Pier, Wrigley Field, and the Sears Tower. Additionally, it has jobs in just about every sector imaginable.
People who live outside of Chicago can easily enjoy the big city life, too. The city has great public transit from the surrounding suburbs, making it a synch to get downtown and explore the bars, galleries, and shopping galore.
If you’re thinking about moving to Chicago, read our article about the city’s pros and cons, and then check out some Chicago moving companies.
Chicago Moving Guide Articles
Moving to Chicago? We’re here to help. There’s a lot you should experience when moving to Chicago: the five-star greasy food, the shopping on Michigan Avenue, and the architecture, like the Sears Tower and the John Hancock Building. Oh, and Read complete article — Chicago Local References
Contrary to popular belief, the Windy City is not the windiest city in the US. That distinction belongs Brockton, Massachusetts. That’s not to say Chicagoans don’t get their share of wind whipping off Lake Michigan, though. Chicago is a windy, Read complete article — Moving to Chicago, IL
Chicago Demographic Data
|Persons Per Household||2.43|
|Average House Value||$283,078.57|
|Average Income Per Household||$55,202.29|
|Median Male Age||33.05|
|Median Female Age||34.50|
|Number of Businesses||59,087|
|Number of Employees||1,094,865|
|Combined Annual Payroll||$67,184,870|